Altitude Tea currently supplies tea to the the group executives of Westpac. Westpac is Australia’s oldest bank with a long and proud history. After starting up in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales, they’ve grown the company and expanded both in Australia and throughout Asia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Now Westpac Group is made up of your favourite financial institution names including Westpac, BankSA, St.George Bank, BT Financial Group, RAMs and Bank of Melbourne.
275 Kent St
Sydney, NSW 2000
Altitude Tea is now providing fuel to the brain powers behind the world’s favorite search engine. Google Sydney Headquarter located on the water in Pyrmont with views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks and Darling Harbour. The building is the greenest in Sydney. Inside there is a “living wall” made of plants, a tire swing, a library with a nap pod and Googlers can now enjoy a cup of Altitude Tea on the Level 4 cafeteria.
Level 5, 48 Pirrama Road,
Pyrmont, NSW 2009
Bidvest Australia is a one-stop supply solution distributing wholesale food, fresh produce and meat to the foodservice and catering industry. With access to all major national and many international brands, their product range remains current and diverse, and continues to successfully meet the needs of their customers. Across their divisions, their extensive range includes over 56,000 foodservice products, a comprehensive fresh offering of between 400 and 600 lines depending on season, and a complete array of all primal and portion control meat requirements.
Compass Group is a British multinational contract foodservice, cleaning, property management and support services company headquartered in the Compass House in Chertsey, Surrey. It is the largest contract foodservice company in the world and has operations in over 50 countries. It serves around 4 billion meals a year in locations including offices and factories, schools, universities, hospitals, major sports and cultural venues.
This amazing tea house/dumpling bar based in Wollongong serves up a selection of more than 170 kinds of tea and a long menu of dumplings priced at $5 for three. “We make dumplings exactly how they’re done in China,” said the owner Steen, best known for his involvement in Wollongong’s Phoenix Theatre. Exotics tea blends include “Mock Turtle” and “Starry Night Sky” complimented with colourful dumplings which is 100% organically colored. Spicy Red Chilli Prawn dumpling is a must try.
3/163-169 Keira St, Wollongong NSW 2500
Located within Sydney’s newest architectural landmark, Café 80 joins the UTS Frank Gehry building in the spirit of craftsmanship and meticulous attention to design and detail. For breakfast, lunch and dinner, head chef Ali Lucato creates a menu with classic Italian and Greek influences while café manager Kosta delivers impeccable hospitality. Their seafood platter and Greek platter are popular with the crowds and barista Fabien makes an addictively good coffee. Stay tuned for upcoming revonations, set to turn the outdoor area into an alfresco bar and dining experience much like Little Melbourne.
14-28 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo
Australia’s largest co-working space is home to some of the best startups and new entrepreneurs. A non-profit organization, the supportive community is integral to Fishburners, where hand-selected members assist one another to share their skills and knowledge. Membership comes with entry to the Google-sponsored Idea Space fueled by Altitude Tea, free professional services, exclusive deals to essential tools and numerous start-up events/workshops. Plus unlimited access to beer and the coffee machine.
608 Harris St, Ultimo
Upon the corner of the new UTS Science and Graduate School of Health building, there lies a stone-floored café aptly named the Cornerstone Café, serving up sandwiches and salads made fresh daily on-site and a variety of hot dishes for breakfast and lunch. The menu changes seasonally, but cinnamon scrolls remain a favourite amongst students, and co-owners T.J. and Yas promise good value and efficient service as an ongoing feature of Cornerstone. Spacious and sociable, Cornerstone has chosen Altitude for their increasing clientele of scholars and academics with a thirst for high quality tea.
67 Thomas St, Ultimo
TRUNK Coffee is a pop-up cafe servicing the Blue Mountains and Sydney areas. They serve quality espresso, brewed from locally roasted beans, Altitude Teas, and an assortment of premium cold drinks and snacks. The stylish mobile trailer is fitted out with professional standard equipment, and operated by trained baristas to bring you a quality coffee experience wherever you are.
Unique gem of a cafe + fashion store located in Sydney CBD, Bankstown and Chatswood. The interior decor of Kanzi is simply beautiful. It has a rustic/ vintage look to the furniture and feels like a slice of Korea was brought to Australia. A great place to hang out with friends or even to spend some alone time. Make sure you try their amazing curated cold beverages by renowned Barista Tony Hwang. His creations include 8 hour long cold brewed tea infused with fruits.
463 Chapel St
Rick Davis Consulting Australia is Sydney’s premier site remediation, rock sawing and grinding, demolition and excavation specialists. They utilize the newest and latest model equipment to tackle even the most difficult of sites for various applications.
PO Box 900, Mona Vale
Driving up the North Coast? Make sure to visit Café Feoh for their Tiempo coffee, Q-graded for the finest seasonal blends and prepared using the upgraded state-of-the-art coffee machine. Ask for their authentic Vietnamese rolls and finish your stay with artisan Sonoma pastry for a pleasant break along the Pacific Highway. Keep an eye out for their renovations – a new and theatrical scene to showcase the latest innovations in coffee and tea
280 Pacific Highway, Lindfield
Exceptional espresso made with an authentic Kees van der Westen machine, found only in the most serious of coffee joints. Delicious food and a relaxed atmosphere makes The Shed a popular destination in Goulburn St and Bathurst St in the Sydney CBD, as well as in Castle Towers and Miranda Westfield.
59 Goulbourn St, Sydney
As a finalist for the 2014 Local Business Awards, Café Bolle has made its presence well-known in Neutral Bay. A number of TripAdvisor reviews have named the restaurant as one of the best places in the area to grab a coffee and relax. Picturesque food and vibrant staff make this a fantastic place to enjoy your day.
9 – 17 Young St, Neutral Bay
A hidden gem in Camperdown, this former biscuit factory has been transformed into a café favourite by foodies and coffee snobs from all across the city. For a leisurely breakfast, try their bacon and egg roll – ranked Top 5 in Sydney by The Bacon and Egg Roll Project.
27 Barr St, Camperdown
Tulip Shi coffee beans are the pride of Badmanner Chatswood and no wonder this café is so highly regarded in the area. Their specialty roast is designed by award-winning barista and esteemed competition judge Frankie Shi, who also runs nationally-accredited courses in his Tulip Shi Coffee Training Centre. Have a visit to understand why their coffee is so well-rated by their loyal customers.
2/284 Victoria Ave, Chatswood
You can find all of coffee’s most famous names here inside the ABC Centre Café, such as Toby’s Estate, Vittoria and Campos, and perhaps bump into a few celebrity broadcasters and journalists enjoying some Altitude Tea too.
700 Harris St, Ultimo
Contrary to the name, the folks here have impeccable manners. The lovely service is complemented by Instagram-worthy dishes created by the owner himself, whose background consists of frequenting 5-star restaurants as a professional chef. You can expect flawless presentation of classic dishes such as potato rosti, crispy pork belly, pistachio crusted lamb and kimchi burger. Complete the experience with their compulsively consumable cronuts in flavours such as lemon myrtle and salted caramel macadamia.
Shop 2, 1 Horwood Place, Parammatta
Opened in 1961, Blue Angel remains an impressive contender in the Sydney seafood scene. Time and time again, the loyal clientele returns for the fresh crab, lobster and sashimi, straight from the dining room tank. Popular with celebrities, politicians and businessmen, the walls are adorned with framed pictures of owner Marcello Marcobello posing with posing with famous guests over the years. Traditional Italian dishes are given an Asian spin, with Altitude Tea’s Peach and Beijing Breadfast Iced Tea debuting as a brand new addition to their menu.
223 Palmer St, East Sydney
Altitude Tea and fresh gelato makes a winning combination in this gem of a cafe.
13 Johns Ave, Gordon,
Coffee is given very special attention in this place. The number of regulars who choose the Schmooze can testify to the excellence of their baristas, who also serve up all-day breakfast, burgers, Thai and Italian dishes. A cup of Altitude Tea is the perfect way to cleanse the palate after a satisfying stay in this Northbridge favourite.
138A Sailors Bay Road, Northbridge,
The best of authentic French cuisine in Sydney’s North Shore. High recommendations from TripAdvisor reflect on their excellent service, selective wine list and the perfection of traditional dishes such as bouillabaisse and escargot.
741 Pacific Hwy, Gordon
Many locals in Wahroonga have dubbed Laneway Espresso as their favourite coffee place in the area by a fair margin. It’s not hard to see why; the barista here is a regular contender in state and national coffee competitions.
9A Railway Ave, Wahroonga
Located in the bustling Forest Way Shopping Centre, Cappuccino King is a haven for weary shoppers; their busy cafe is perpetually filled with customers waiting for a seat. Banana bread and mini cupcakes remain a popular option for an afternoon fix.
47 Forest Way, Frenchs Forest
Quality home-style food and specialty top-notch coffee make this a cafe experience very much worth your visit to Alexandria. Try their gluten & dairy-free orange cake, fresh fruit platters and delicious sandwiches – all made on premises daily.
85 Bourke St, Alexandria
Want food that is good for you, tastes good and makes you feel good too? Visit Sprout Wholefood Cafe and Grocer for a nutritious meal full of wholesome ingredients. They use fresh, organic, local ingredients wherever possible and everything is made to order. They say good food takes time, so stock up on some Altitude Tea in the grocery while you wait. Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, vegetarian and paleo options available to suit every clientele.
272 – 274 Willoughby Rd, Naremburn
All kinds of gourmet home-made goods are available at St Remy’s, where the artisan bread, pies, cakes and pastries leave Manly residents addicted to what they call ‘the best bakery in town.’
140 Sydney Road, Fairlight,